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C URRICULUM V ITAE ALDONS J. LUSIS, PH.D. Tel: (310) 825-1359 FAX: (310) 794-7345 E-mail: [email protected] P ERSONAL I NFORMATION Date of Birth: June 22, 1947 Citizenship: USA Marital Status: Married/5 children A DDRESS : David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA 10833 LeConte Avenue BH-307 CHS, UCLA Los Angeles, CA 90095-1679 E DUCATION AND T RAINING Institution Degree Year(s) Washington State University B.S., magna cum laude (Chemistry) 1969 Oregon State University Ph.D. (Biophysics; Robert Becker, Graduate Advisor) 1973 Roswell Park Memorial Institute Buffalo, New York Postdoctoral training (Molecular Genetics; Kenneth Paigen, Mentor) 1974-1976 P ROFESSIONAL P OSITIONS Cancer Research Scientist, Department of Molecular Biology Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, New York (1976-1978) Visiting Lecturer, NATO Travel Award, Department of Genetics and Ecology University of Aarhus, Denmark (1977) Assistant Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Department of Medicine, University of California School of Medicine Los Angeles, California (1979-1989) Professor, Department of Medicine and Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, University of California, Los Angeles, California (1989-present) Professor, Vice Chair (2002-present), Acting Chair (2006-2007), Department of Human Genetics, University of California, Los Angeles, California M EMBERSHIPS American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (1982-present) Molecular Biology Institute, UCLA (1982-present) American Heart Association (1984-present) Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (1985-present) Brain Research Institute, UCLA (2006-present) S ERVICE AND HONORS ( SELECTED ) National Science Foundation Fellowship, Washington State University (1968) Phi Beta Kappa (1969), Sigma Xi (1973) National Institutes of Health Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship (1974-1976)
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A LDONS  J. L USIS , P H .D. – C URRICULUM  V ITAE NATO Travel Fellowship (1977) NIH Study Sections (1982-present), American Heart Association Ad hoc grant reviews (1984-present) Established Investigator of the American Heart Association (1985-1990) NIH Study Section on Mammalian Genetics, Member (1987-1990) Genomics, Editorial Board (1987-1997) National Institutes of Health Merit Award (1994-2004) American Heart Association, Committee on Research (1995-present) NIH Heart, Lung, and Blood Program Project Review Committee, Member (1999-2003) Bristol-Myers Squibb Unrestricted Biomedical Research Award (2003-2008) American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessons Planning Committee (2006-2007) American Heart Association George L. Duff Award (2008) Acting Chair, Dept. of Human Genetics, UCLA (2008) Miguel Aleman Award, Mexico (2008) NAVBO Benditt Award (2009) Burroughs-Wellcome Training Program in Metabolic Diseases Advisory Board (2009-present) Board of Scientific Counselors Member, NHLBI, NIH (2009-present) Board of Directors, Kern Lipid Conference (2008-present) Frontiers in Genetics of Complex Traits, Review Editor (2010-present) International Scientific Advisory Board, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics (2012-present) Anitschkow Prize in Atherosclerosis Research (2015) E DITORIAL General Pharmacology, The Vascular System, Associate Editor (1998-present)
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